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"My days of taking you seriously are certainly coming to a middle."

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

Release Date: 06/21/2019

"Maybe we're just not that likable."

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

This week we just have a good old-fashioned chat about an episode of a TV show, what we liked, what we didn’t, and what were our favorite lines. Enjoy it? Rate us on iTunes, and tell your friends about us! Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music; his band Safari Room head back out on tour in a couple of weeks, so check them out on Instagram for tour info.

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“Is this gonna be unscripted like Curb?” show art “Is this gonna be unscripted like Curb?”

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

It’s another week of Teachers Talking TV and we are chatting about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 8 “Making a Stand.” So pop a banana in the freezer and enjoy our discussion. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the music.

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"It's a jetpack, Michael. What could go wrong?"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

This week we chat about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 7, with a brief tour into the 2021 NBA Finals. We also talk about why we give money to the already-wealthy, so if you’re already-wealthy, well, you’ve been warned. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the music.

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"Where'd you get this firecracker?"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

We begin this episode debating whether problematic television shows (and literature) should be removed from public presence, or made available in spite of their problems. Then we get into the shenanigans of the Bluth family in Season 3, Episode 6. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music.

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"Alias is a show about a spy!"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

This week is a tough one for our crew, as we face the question of what we can and can’t—or should and should not—forgive in comedy that does not age well. But we hope it makes you think, and maybe at least laugh at us as we chat about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 5. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music.

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"I don't wanna say it."

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

Welcome to Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 4, where we examine evolving language connotations regarding masculine/feminine slurs, so listen with grace and understanding, please. Bet ya didn’t expect that from a sitcom produced in the early aughts…or did you?

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"We're Nice Now!"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

This week we chat about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 3, Forget-Me-Now. We start to grapple with what is actually okay to laugh at? This show definitely skirts the line of what is appropriate, so fair warning. Stick around for the end when we talk about movies for several minutes, for no real good reason. Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music—check out his band Safari Room, on tour now!

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"Well that's a lot of money for the stupidest idea I've ever heard"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

We start off celebrating the return to movie theaters, and end with accolades to the producer and editor of this podcast. In between, we chat about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 2, “For British Eyes Only.” Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music.

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"Good for her!"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

Third time is a charm—it took three attempts at recording this episode so we hope you enjoy listening to us chat about Arrested Development Season 3, Episode 1, “The Cabin Show.” Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music.

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"Prepare to be heartwarmed"

Teachers Talking TV Podcast

The usual intro to our podcast got lost amidst pre-show chatter, but in case you didn't know, this is Teachers Talking TV, and in this holiday episode, we are chatting about Chuck S2E11, "Chuck vs. Santa Claus." The three of us wish you as merry and as happy a season as circumstances allow, and we hope these 45 minutes of pod make you smile.

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We discuss what we think is the season's top episode so far, which should surprise no one as it was written by Joss Whedon. Enjoying our chat? Rate us on iTunes! Special thanks to Alec Koukol for the intro music.